Bind Variables Checker for Oracle – now install-free

I’ve finally managed to implement an install-free version of my utility to check for bind variables usage. The new script is named bvc_check.sql and when run, it examines the SQL statements stored in the library cache (through gv$sql) and dumps the ones that would be the same if the literals were replaced by bind variables.

An example of the output:

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statements count : 0000000003

bound : select*from t where x=:n

example 1: select * from t where x = 2

example 2: select * from t where x = 3

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So we have 3 statements that are the same once literals are replaced with bind variables. Two examples are provided; the action of replacing the literals 2 and 3 with the bind variable :n makes the statements the same.

The script are available on this page, that also explains the script workings in more detail and describes other scripts that might be of interest.

2 comments on this post.
  1. Coskan:

    Did not dig into all sqls one by one but initial expression is that is is very cool. thank you very much for sharing Alberto.

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